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Mar 13, 2011 6:30pm PDT
reach the u.s. this is stunning to watch. dramatic new images of friday's tsunami are still coming in. they're pushing into a narrow bay and black water flowing over a sea wall. everything in its pass is washed away. streets were turned into raging rivers and boats in the bay get caught in the flow when they're forced under an overpass. help from all over the world is pouring into japan this weekend. the u.s. military and the agency for international development have sent a variety of supplies and expert workers. two teams, one from los angeles and one from fairfax county, virginia. each has 75 members and six dogs trained to detect survivors . several other countries, including britain and jeremy have sent teams with rescue dogs. it's too soon to know what the best way to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami is. people in the bay area with ties to japan are not waiting to find out. >> as international aid goes, it may only be a drop in the bucket, but the owner of -- restaurants here in san francisco says he'll give proceeds of every lunch and dinner to help japan. >> they n
Mar 12, 2011 6:30pm PST
. crest sent city saw the highest tsunami waves in the u.s., 8-foot surges. the tsunami continued to create dangerous currents, the crew are waiting for safer conditions before they start to clean up. >> we do get a small tsunami once in a while, a surge, and this is the worst i've ever experienced. >> damage in crescent city is expected to top $25 million. >>> travelers arriving from japan at sfl had stories of chaos and confuse before flying out: families were reunited after nerve-racking hours. >> reporter: after experiencing one ever the most powerful earthquakes anywhere ever, the travelers in japan another challenge, just getting to an airport and getting a flight home of the we did talk with some as they arrived at sfo. >> the 8.9 quake and tsunami that rocked northeastern japan was felt throughout the country. tokyo, was spared from the worst. >> the whole city came to a halt. that was it. the whole city came to a halt. >> reporter: passengers on flights out of japan arriving at sfo shared the stories with cbs 5. >> it took us about five hours to get to the airport today, and
Mar 20, 2011 6:30pm PDT
. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> evidence tonight of the damage wrought by u.s. and could a litigation strikes on libya. antiaircraft fire have destroyed libyan air defenses, bases and some ground forces in a second night of attacks. but u.s. military leaders say, while muammar gaddafi's compound was badly damaged gaddafi is not a target. >> limited in scope. i can't say exactly how long it's gonna -- that the military part of this will be in effect. >> gaddafi himself remains defiant saying in a phone call to libyan tv that this will be a long war. but, by night fall, a spokesman for lib yap's forces said they'll honor a cease-fire. meanwhile rebels took to the streets to celebrate the allied attacks that pushed libya's military away from the city. >>> that massive sewage spill in marin last september is being blamed on severe contractor negligence. more than 2 million gallons spilled into corte madera creek near lynn field. a preliminary report concludes chunks of asphalt and nail gun cartridges from the nearby jnb building site blocked construction. >>> a second pipeline weld was found this side of
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